Wiley GAAP 2007: Interpretation and Application of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
Wiley GAAP 2007 delivers the most recent developments and analysis of all generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), restating the original, highly technical pronouncements in easy-to-understand terms and providing battle-tested implementation guidance.
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accounting principle acquired acquisition adjustment allocated amortization applied assets and liabilities available-for-sale balance sheet book value business combination capital carrying amount carrying value cash flow hedge common stock Company comprehensive income computed Consensus reached consolidated contract conversion cost deferred depreciation derivative instruments determine disclosure discount effect EITF entity's entry equity method estimated example expected expense fair value FASB financial assets financial instruments financial statements GAAP gain or loss goodwill gross profit guarantee hedge holder impairment included income statement income tax incurred intangible interest rate inventory investment investor issued lease lessee lessor LIFO loan long-lived assets measurement ment nullified by FAS obligation operations option parties payable payments period present value purchase Put option receivable recognized recorded reporting entity reporting unit result seller shares sold standard subsidiary term transaction transfer transferor variable interest variable interest entity